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Alcock, L., & Weber, K. (2005). Proof validation in real analysis: Inferring and checking warrants. Journal of Mathematical Behavior 24, 125-134.xx
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Inglis, M., & Mejia-Ramos, J. P. (2008). How persuaded are you? A typology of responses. Research in Mathematics Education 10(2), 119-133.xx
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Inglis, M., & Mejia-Ramos, J. P. (2009). On the persuasiveness of visual arguments in mathematics. Foundations of Science 14, 97-110.xxx
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Inglis, M., & Mejia-Ramos, J. P. (2009). The effect of authority on the persuasiveness of mathematical arguments. Cognition and Instruction 27, 25-50.xxx
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Inglis, M., Mejia-Ramos, J.P., Weber, K., & Alcock, L. (in press). On mathematicians' different standards when evaluating elementary proofs. To appear in Topics in Cognitive Science.xx
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Martin, W. G., & Harel, G. (1989). Proof frames of preservice elementary teachers. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 20 (1), 41-51.xxxx
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Mejia-Ramos, J. P., & Inglis, M. (2011). Semantic contamination and mathematical proof: Can a non-proof prove? Journal of Mathematical Behavior 30, 19-29.xxx
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Morris, A. (2002). Mathematical reasoning: Adults' ability to make the inductive-deductive distinction. Cognition and Instruction 20, 79-118.xx
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Morris, A. (2007). Factors affecting pre-service teachers' evaluations of the validity of students' mathematical arguments in classroom contexts. Cognition and Instruction 25, 479-522.xx
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Raman, M. (2003). Key ideas: What are they and how can they help us understand how people view proof? Educational Studies in Mathematics 52, 319–325.xx
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Segal, J. (1999). Learning about mathematical proof: Conviction and validity. Journal of Mathematical Behavior 18(2), 191-210.xxx
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Selden, A., & Selden, J. (2003). Validations of proofs considered as texts: Can undergraduates tell whether an argument proves a theorem? Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 34 (1), 4-36.xx
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Weber, K. (2008). How mathematicians determine if an argument is a valid proof. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 39, 431-459.xx
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Weber, K. (2010). Mathematics' majors perceptions of conviction, validity, and proof. Mathematical Thinking and Learning 12, 306-336.xxx
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Weber, K., & Alcock, L. (2005). Using warranted implications to understand and validate proofs. For the Learning of Mathematics 25(1), 34–38.xxx
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Yang, K.-L. (in press). Structures of cognitive and metacognitive reading strategy use for reading comprehension of geometry proof. To appear in Educational Studies in Mathematics.xx
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Mejia-Ramos, J. P., Fuller, E., Weber, K., Rhoads, K., & Samkoff, A. (2012). An assessment model for proof comprehension in undergraduate mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics 79(1), 3-18.xx
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Weber, K., & Mejia-Ramos, J. P. (2011). Why and how mathematicians read proofs: An exploratory study. Educational Studies in Mathematics 76, 329-344.xxxx
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Wilkerson-Jerde, M. & Wilensky, U. (2011). How do mathematicians learn math?: Resources and acts for constructing and understanding mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 78(1), 21-43.xx
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Yang, K.-L., & Lin, F.-L. (2008). A model of reading comprehension of geometry proof. Educational Studies in Mathematics 67, 59–76.xx
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Lin, F.-L., & Yang, K.-L. (2007). The reading comprehension of geometric proofs: The contribution of knowledge and reasoning. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education 5, 729-754.xx
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Adams, T. L. (2007). Reading mathematics: An introduction. Reading & Writing Quarterly 23(2), 117-119.xx
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Osterholm, M. (2005). Characterizing reading comprehension of mathematical texts. Educational Studies in Mathematics 63, 325-346.
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Konior, J. (1993). Research into the construction of mathematical texts. Educational Studies in Mathematics 24, 251-256.xxx
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Lai, Y., Weber, K., & Mejia-Ramos, J. P. (in press). Mathematicians’ perspectives on features of a good pedagogical proof. To appear in Cognition and Instruction.xx
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Weber, K. (in press). Mathematicians' perspectives on their pedagogical practice with respect to proof. To appear in International Journal of Mathematics Education in Science and Technology.
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Fuller, E., Mejia-Ramos, J.P., Weber, K., Samkoff, A., Rhoads, K., Doongaji, D, & Lew, K. (2011). Comprehending Leron’s structured proofs, in S. Brown, S. Larsen, K. Marrongelle, and M. Oehrtman (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (Vol. 1, pp. 84-102). Portland, Oregonxxx
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Malek, A., & Movshovitz-Hadar, N. (2011). The effect of using transparent pseudo proofs in linear algebra. Research in Mathematics Education 13(1), 33–58.xxx
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Hemmi, K. (2010). Three styles characterising mathematicians' pedagogical perspectives on proof. Educational Studies in Mathematics 75, 271-291.xx
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Roy, S., Alcock, L., & Inglis, M. (2010). Undergraduates proof comprehension: A comparative study of three forms of proof presentation. In Proceedings of the 13th Conference for Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education.xxx
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Alcock, L. (2009). e-Proofs: Students experience of online resources to aid understanding of mathematical proofs. In Proceedings of the 12th Conference for Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education.xx
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Weber, K. (2004). Traditional instruction in advanced mathematics courses: A case study of one professor's lectures and proofs in an introductory real analysis course. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 23, 115-133.xx
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